The Girl at Midnight

The-Girl-At-Midnight The Girl at Midnight. Melissa Grey. Young Adult/Urban Fantasy. April 28, 2015. 357 pages. 3 stars. [Source: Bought]

“The young always think they’re invincible, right until the moment they learn otherwise. Usually, the hard way”

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Falling into Place

falling into placeFalling into Place. Amy Zhang. Young Adult. 2014. 304 pages. 4.8 stars. [Source: Bought]

“She would be an object in motion that would stay in motion, even if it meant flattening everything in her path.”

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An Ember in the Ashes

An Ember in the Ashes. Sabaa Tahir. Young Adult/Faemberntasy/Romance. April 28, 2015. 446 pages. [Source: Bought]

“You are an ember in the ashes, Elias Veturius. You will spark and burn, ravage and destroy. You cannot change it. You cannot stop it.”

I’m so excited to review one of my favorite books of all time! This book was originally a stand alone novel, but because of its success, A SEQUEL HAS BEEN GREEN LIT! Stay with me so we can discuss its glory. Continue reading “An Ember in the Ashes”

Alienated

alienated Alienated. Melissa Landers. Young Adult/Science Fiction/Romance. 2014. 344 pages. [Format: E-book]

“I won’t say that you’re pretty because that dog already did. And I won’t say you’re funny because you have had me laughing since I met you.” Continue reading “Alienated”

The Heir

The-Heir_612x925 (1)The Heir. Kierra Cass. Young Adult/Fantasy/Romance/Dystopian. 2015. 342 pages. 3 stars. [Source: Bought]

“You can be brave and still be feminine. You can lead and still love flowers. Most importantly, you can be queen and still be a bride.” Continue reading “The Heir”

Confess

confessConfess. Colleen Hoover. New Adult/Contemporary Romance. 2015. 315 pages. 5 stars. [Source: Bought]

“I’m scared I’ll never feel this again with anyone else,” I whisper.
He squeezes my hands. “I’m scared you will.” 

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